Tim Hardin 4 is an album by folk artist Tim Hardin, released in 1969. Erik Jacobsen recorded these Blues songs as a demo with Tim, John Sebastian, Sticks Evans, and Bob Bushnell in 1964. They were not issued until 1969. The songs are in a straight blues style. A similar release was done by Atco on This is Tim Hardin the album holds some interest as a historical document.
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This collection of Tim Hardin's demos, recorded in 1964 as an audition for Columbia Records, was released in early 1969 by Verve/Forecast as though it were a newly recorded album. This did not amuse Hardin at the time, and the recording did nothing to enlarge his audience. However, the album holds some interest as a historical document. It's a batch of blues songs, highlighted by John Sebastian's harmonica playing, mixing covers of Chess blues classics with Hardin's original, though derivative, blues songs.
Seventh Son. How Long. Ain't Gonna Do Without, Part I. Ain't Gonna Do Without, Part II. House of the Rising Sun. Bo Diddley.
Tim Hardin 3 Live in Concert – Tim Hardin 3 Live in Concert is a live album by folk artist Tim Hardin, released in 1968. It was re-issued on CD in 1995 by Polydor, and in 2006 by Lilith Record with four bonus tracks, I personally had played with Tim on and off for about two years. The problem we encountered at the Town Hall performance, and in many of Tims concerts, was that Tim was completely strung out which made his performances so inconsistent. Tim Hardin 3 Live in Concert is a live album by folk artist Tim Hardin, released in 1968. It was re-issued on CD i. mage: Tim Hardin 3. The Best of Tim Hardin. The Best of Tim Hardin is a compilation album by folk artist Tim Hardin, released in 1969. All the songs are taken fro. mage: The Best Of Tim Hardin. This Is Tim Hardin is an album by folk artist Tim Hardin, released in 1967.
James Timothy Hardin (December 23, 1941 – December 29, 1980) was an American folk musician and composer. He wrote the Top 40 hit "If I Were a Carpenter", covered by, among others, Bobby Darin, Joan Baez, Johnny Cash, The Four Tops, Robert Plant, Small Faces, Johnny Rivers, and Bert Jansch; his song "Reason to Believe" has also been covered by many artists, notably Rod Stewart (who had a chart hit with the song), Neil Young, and The Carpenters. Hardin is also known for his own recording career.
Though Tim Hardin was revered enough in his day to play the Woodstock festival, he died in 1980 at 39, largely forgotten, after struggling for years with heroin addiction. Now, however, his legacy as one of the most gifted talents of the dawning folk-rock era is getting an overdue boost. Most of Hardin’s songs are marked by a gorgeous aching that’s apparent on the tribute album, which was produced by the . label Full Time Hobby. Okkervil River’s Will Sheff gladly contributed a cover of It’ll Never Happen Again. His band built their 2005 album Black Sheep Boy around a cover of Hardin’s song of the same name. He calls Hardin’s songs little cut gems.